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glue. I remember using this.

Our school lunch were on these kind of trays. And they made the food right there in the school kitchen.

1850 "Classroom in the Emerson School for Girls" photograph.

Crates of Nostalgia Anyone who's over 30 will remember the goold old days of drinking Coke and Dr. Pepper out of glass bottles on a hot summer day, then saving them and returning them for a nickel each.

Magic Baby Bottles-- the milk or OJ would disappear as the doll sipped her bottle.

Quinine was used as a treatment for malaria because of its fever reducing and pain relieving qualities. Four or more tablets were taken each day and could be taken two, three or four times daily in an attempt to prevent the onset of the disease. Burroughs, Wellcome & Co was one of the pharmaceutical companies to place research on a scientific footing. From 1895 onwards Henry Wellcome set up laboratories for chemical and physiological research.